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Multi strains fantasy

Approved by Barney's Farm
2
27
8
2022
3 days ago
Indoor
Room Type
Manual
Watering
70%
Soil
Grow medium
15%
Perlite
Grow medium
15%
Plagron Coco 60/40
Grow medium
Uncle Ben's
week 1
HST
week 1
Topping
week 1
Defoliation
weeks 1,2,...
Strain
Cannabiogen Seeds - Purple Mexican Fem
Purple Mexican Fem
Cannabiogen Seeds

Growing it

Normal

Resistance

Neutral

Not very easy but also not very hard to grow.

The change in temperature caused a slight fluctuation and some difficulties then began with the absorption of nutrients and deficiencies.

Despite this temperature change, the flowers didn't change color.

The plant reacted with a burn immediately to slightly increased doses of fertilizers. With constant doses, despite the fact that the leaves lost their color, the buds still swelled and frosted.

The flower structure is like in true sativa. Unfortunately, it isn't very dense, I would say more fluffy. However, it frosted very nicely and the crop is larger than in other varieties from this project.

At the beginning and end of flowering, the plant showed bananas :/

I think Cannabiogen has stopped making seeds so I'm glad I had the opportunity to try their genetics :)

Maybe someday I will return to this variety, I still have two seeds ;)

The Outcome
Week
10
HARVEST
Harvested
1 plant
Number of plants harvested
Light
340 watt
Total light power used
Grow Room
0.72
ft²
Grow Room size
Grow Room
7.75
ft²
Grow Room size
43.87
watt/ft²
0.13
plant/ft²
Photos & Videos
Tastes like
Citrus
Pine
Feels like
100% Sativa
0% Indica

Positive effects

Happy
Talkative
Uplifted
Nutrients

The Final Solution didn't worked as if I wanted on the induction phase - it speeds up the breaking moment on plants from veg to flow and didn't "squeeze out" nitrogen from the plant so it would grow faster and bigger. BUT at the end of flowering it works amazing! Use it at the last stage of flowering, near harvest and you will easily see how the plant eats the leftovers from the leaves. Literally from day to day you can see how the leaves lose their color because everything ends up in buds. I definitely recommend it.

Organic Bloom Stimulator is absolutely brilliant. You can easily see how flowers are frosting from day to day. It's hard for me to say how much it works for increasing of bud mass, but it's frost up tremendously.

Definitely affects the increase in the amount of oils and the amount of resin production

I have tried Voodoo and Piranha and I find Orca works better for me and the dosage is smaller.

I absolutely love it at vegetative stage. I have already tried Iguana Juicy Grow, Canna Bio Vega but I will definitely stay with Medi One. A well-balanced and rich fertilizer, adjusts the PH nicely :heart_eyes:

Tents
Commented by Paflucy Paflucy

recommended for sativa lovers :)

Smoke review

Harvest 77 day

Truly sativa high, very transparent, not very strong but amusing.

Prevails a hint of pine and citrus.

Grow Questions
Paflucy week 4 started grow question 3 months ago
Strange coloring on half of the leaves
Does anyone recognize this type of a problem with leaves? I think it's excess of... yeahh of something?
Resolved
Leaves. Too many
Leaves. Edges burnt
Leaves. Color - Mottling
Show all Answers (3)
m0use answered grow question 3 months ago
I don't think this is a deficiency of any sort as the cut of is almost a direct line on some of the leaves.
I believe this is one of two things.

The better of the two is called Variegation, its caused by genetics and is known to not be a useful trait in cannabis, they need the leaves to make engery and grow and if over 50% of the leaf is lacking green its not efficient at producing energy or using the lights.
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The lesser of the two is TMV or Tobacco mosaic Virus, its not good and is contagious to other plants. I would cull the plant and separate it from any others then use a bleach spray and clean the entire area. Everything used that touched the plant "tools, containers, strings, should be bleached. The medium should be tossed out unless you can sterilize it somehow.

Variegation makes them look pretty and a lot of ornamental plants have this characteristic for this very purpose, to look pretty :D But the virus is not fun.
IMO there is nothing you can do about this, let it grow out or kill it.

Good Luck!

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